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04/01/2014: "CicLAvia Coming to LA's Miracle Mile Again"
CicLAvia, the Los-Angeles-specific version of the Open Streets movement inspired by Bogotá's ciclovías, is coming back to Wilshire Boulevard again on Sunday, April 6th. It will operate form 9AM to 4PM—an hour longer than last year's—and will again free the boulevard form domination by motor vehicles from the heart of Downtown to the Miracle Mile.

And the Miracle Mile is home to Bicycle Fixation!

Not to mention several important art galleries and the world-class Los Angeles County Museum of Art. So, in conjunction with the Mid-City West Community Council, I've help persuade a number of galleries that are normally closed on Sundays to open for the event, and prepared a map to be given out at MCWCC's table in front of the Urban Light installation at LACMA's BP Grand Entrance.

You can lock up your bike in the pedestrian zone that begins at Curson and enjoy the galleries on your own, or you can join me for a guided tour leaving from the MCWCC table at 1PM.

Click on the image of the flyer below of a printable PDF of the map:

Click image for printable PDF

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